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From The Mailbag

A reader writes in with an excellent question concerning the year's most important holiday?:
"I was wondering where the good streets are for trick or treating in the Hamptons? Is there a crazy decorated block?" For trick or treating and competitive decorating, Cooper Lane in East Hampton is absolutely not to be missed. If you've got kids or just really like candy, this is the place to be every year. And after the little ones finally fall into sugar-induced comas, the adults can have some fun of their own...Rowdy Hall, B. Smith's and The Publlick House usually throw some pretty great parties. Halloween falls on a Monday this year, so the festivities will be going all weekend long. We'll make sure to publish a schedule early next week to help you plan accordingly. And if there's anything else we should know about, feel free to shoot us an Email or comment away.